If you've got no fear of cholesterol, obesity and diabetes, these sinfully simple desserts will sate your sweet tooth, and they're super easy to make!
Bring on a cup of flour, a couple of whisks and a whole lot of calories that are absolutely worth the effort.
With layers of chocolate and biscuits, this is the Holy Grail of Lankan desserts. Stock up on your favourite Marie biscuits, put on your best apron and get workin' on this easy CBP!
No one turns down a good old chocolate cake, and The Kingsbury is exceptionally good at delivering on this indulgence. Watch as they share their recipe for a luscious ganache cake.
"Two's better than one", they say, and we totally agree on that. Don't hold back. This one's worth it!
Can't decide whether you want cookies or cake? Don't have an oven? Grab a mug and a microwave and whip up some of this super simple cookie dough cake!
Deep fried dough bobbing about in sugar syrup shouldn't be a delicacy restricted to festivities. Why head over to Bombay Sweet Mahal when you can bring the desi to your own kussiya.
The star of every aunty's podi party, good old caramel pudding is meant to be creamy and sweet. Follow these instructions and you'll have a caramel that's just the right sweetness, just be careful not to burn it!
Layers of cream with strawberries, melted chocolate and childhood nostalgia aka Marie biscuits. This one's a keeper!
A mix of biscuits, marshmallows and melted chocolate, these scrumptious bites are guaranteed to get you amped.
Here's how you can trick your family and friends into believing you're engaging in a healthy lifestyle. Ha! This one's got a ton of sugar.
Why wait till April when you can make these whenever your heart aches for one?
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Chocolate-biscuit-pudding is a dessert unique to Sri Lanka - here's an aunty showing you how it's done
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This Women's Day we pay tribute to the awesome Sri Lankan women entrepreneurs behind some of our favourite restaurants and social enterprises.